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it for george bush and gave hum four more years. if you are taking the model of 2010, how all these people came out to vote on issues like unemployment, debt and deficit spending and obamacare, well you could make an argument those three issues are still out there. so are those voters still out there? you would argue they are but will they turn out to vote? that will be the key in early november. melissa: bill hemmer, thank you so much. great stuff. apeciate it. >> good to be with you, melissa. melissa: football fans everywhere, hold your breath. the nfl and the referees union may be yards away from getting a deal done. how will the lockout affect the league's bottom line? we're crunching those numbers next. >>> no secret economic growth is sluggish. maybe $488 billion in new regulation costs have something to do with it. what do you think? we have details from a stunning report from u.s. red tape? do you ever have too much money? i know you have too much u.s. regulations. ♪ . melissa: good news for football fans. there are report that is the nfl could be close to reaching an agreement with t
, for instance, was reacting george bush was commenting. i think we'll be interested in how the camera picks up the person not speaking. melissa: yeah. do we have that? in fact i think the clip you were just talking about is about al gore sighing loudly while george bush was answering a question. that is something a lot of people remember. can we play that? >> well it is the nonverbal behavior. i think that's a key. melissa: definitely. we don't have that. juan, what do you think? what do you think is the biggest pitfall potentially tonight? >> well the president that he appears arrogant, indifferent and even bored by listening to mitt romney. doesn't understand why he has to deal with this situation. if he comes across as arrogant, that would be a big, big point of damage for him and for his image and american people won't like that. who would like that? melissa: yeah. >> for mitt romney i think he has got to also break out of some of that robotic style. he has to come across that somebody can feel. in fact has some empathy for people who are not wealthy, not involved in big business and reall
for the mistakes of george w. bush. instead of coming in as an american president, he came in and there was this big illusion that he had muslim relatives and he lived in indonesia and he understands their world. people don't really know this. he lived by the public opinion polls by these two surveys but said so many people disapprove of america. cheryl: the most recent rasmussen poll. the u.s. relationship over the past four years with him, 45% say it has absolutely got more spread 31% is a really good. only 18% say it has gotten better. >> even in this episode, in this crisis, the obama decision is really disgraceful. we bought time on pakistani television stations who apologize for the video. why should we apologize for the video? the idea that a government is apologizing for this video is lamentable. cheryl: isn't it true, but that is seen as a weakness when you apologize for anything. as an opponent and not an ally, the president said today. doesn't that weaken our foreign policy? >> pretty much, i think no one really fears the united states in that region. they have b
could and politics, look, folks on medicare, they now get prescription drugs that george w. bush delivered. once they depend on the benefits of government you have half of the country depends on it but a lot are deserving they already paid in. but income tax, you have a situation it is finished for the party, we'll get taxes you don't pay. they are not going to vote for republicans, that is one of the long-term endemic problems of the republican party, the republican parties, my old boss ronald reagan, and george w. bush contributed to. neil: thank you, sir, pat, always a pleasure. >> always. thank you very much, neil. neil: all right, well i have a filing this might come up as a debate next week it could be a game changer that maybe media is wrong page. we are out in denver for the opening salvo, what will be for debate that kicks in denver could we're there 8:00 p.m. eastern time through midnight, unlike a lot of other business networks that say, yeah it is a big election, be there or be square, we're there. you know, until we're not. don't be late. >> meanwhile, the guy who sa
, former specialist assistant to george w. bush, ron christine joining us, and freedom watch president, bush staffer, brad blakeman. brad, good to have you with us. brad, starting, if i may, with you. this is becoming an unwieldy weight for the administration. surely, they understand how urgent it is that the record be set straight and soon. >> well, here's where the cover up begins. they are trying to cover tracks by saying initially the intelligent services told them it was a spoon tape yows attack, but the key questions, lou, is what did the president know? when did he know it? when did the narrative change? did the president ask questions? was he briefed in person? or rely on paper reports? one thing is for sure, lou, and that's this. if this happened in new york, if one of the ambassadors picked off the streets in new york and the consulate in new york to the u.n. was damaged like in libya, there would have been hell to pay. what's the difference between where our ambassadors picked off by terrorist terrorists whether the votes of new york or benghazi. how is it possible the admin
as in many thought he beat george bush but he lost viewers from the dismisses and condescending performance. al gore huffed and puffed to defeat and nixon sweated a. the debates are as much as what you want versus i you present it. and just to show you have enough to get elected. president of
. seems pretty cool. seems ok and lot of people had problems with george bush but against john kerry they thought he seems arrogant and frankenstein, i will go to george bush. they can change your established based too and if the other guy does such a great job it could also galvanize his base at the expense of the other guy's base. all stuff we don't know and won't know until election. [talking over each other] neil: bring weapons and kevin thought i should keep that to myself. or something. another ball and chain kind of thing. the next that idea. [talking over each other] dagen: i won't even let you do that. connell: stay here all day if you one. tomorrow night -- dagen: put you to sleep. connell: i am used to it. goes in one year. [talking over each other] connell: special coverage starts at 8:00 eastern tomorrow night. [talking over each other] connell: department of defense telling lockheed martin not to be concerned about the fiscal cliff at the end of the year. rich edson at the pentagon to report on that. dagen: more problems for american airlines. when will that end? is it
look at the reality most americans believe george bush shares more responsibility because the president inherited a mess. if that is the perception of voters try to shake that perception when it is not working it is a problem. with respect to the president he has an advantage. doesn't get all the blame. it was a terrible fiscal crisis and terrible unemployment crisis. dennis: what is your bike to obama? >> the president needs to paint the picture and be clear about where we have been and where we are and where we are going. make it clear the future is brighter. dennis: i am sick of the president blaming the other guy for problems he helped create. what do you say? >> my furnace sauce going into this is romney has to state you have been the president for the last four years, not george w. bush. we came out of some real problems in 2008 but the economy was getting better. the administration was putting out of beds about how the economy is better and it went south again because of his policies. he has to jump all over that. you are the president. the box tops with your debt and enough is e
tomorrow. not giving george w. bush a ago.ce against al gore 12 years that is part of my take and my take will be next. [lghing] [message beep] [tires screeching] >> they talk about that all year. it was never true. when we made a gain of 6 show us what they had written down it was a stack of paper with all work and no play makes jack adult oid. that was grover norquist. stuart: cold water all over the idea in the new york times there will be a budget compromise during a lame-duck congress. as he was doing that the stock market came off of its 15 point rally. "varney and company" wall to wall starting at 9:20 eastern. to the big board we are down 11 points. i call it pretty flat market. look at gold pretty flat. not much movement at 1778. as for the price of oil down $0.03. gas prices flat. national average for a gallon of regular still at $3.78 and diesel and $4.08. early this morning i jumped the gun on that. early this morning i was flipping through the newspapers and doing a little channel surfing. i suppose i shouldn't be surprised when i see media bias but when classic examples jum
and republican strategist and former member, george w. bush's senior staff, brad blakeman. great to have you here. starting can you, brad, taking refuge in thed why there's bad methodology and lousy sampling in the polls. are the polls, in fact, questionable? >> well, we'll know soon enough, but i happen to think they are, and one of the reasons why i say that, lou, is because the modeling's being done on numbers of, like, 2008, where we had a high turnout, obviously, for obama, and, yet, the enthuse yam is not taken into account for the polls because we have a more enthusiastic base than the president. using the modeling of the turnout in 2008, and, yet, they say the enthusiasm for the republicans is at the all-time high. lou: which is the most accurate now given your reservation? >> i think real clear politics probably has the most accurate information. i urge people to look at larry's crystal ball. lou: okay. chris, your thoughts? are the polls flawed faye -- fatally, and are they, in fact, questionable? >> brad, you know the correct answer is the fox news poll is the best. >> of course, of co
thing against ronald reagan. in fact even some republican like george herbert walker bush called it voodoo economics this idea. the american public didn't like it. we like the notion of lower tax rates across the board for everybody. do you think they will buy it this time or do you think they will be suckered into the trickle down theory? >> i think it all depends on whether the republicans articulate. ronald reagan was certainly the most articulate of the republicans in the last 100 years. whether anybody else is going to get the same idea across, any other republican will get the same idea across to the public is something we may see some clue about tonight. david: economist thomas sowell, authored most recently you have a lot of books. hard to keep them in memory. trickle down theory and tax cuts for the rich. get it through the hoover institute press. thomas. thanks for coming in. appreciate it. >> thank you. lauren: thank you. more than 2,000 hospitals will be hit with thousands of dollars with fines and penalties under the health care reform law. the ceo of med assets is h
is not a third term of george w. bush. if he fails to do that, because that will be the obama response, what you are trying to do is we tried that way in the past and it did not work. romney has to come back and say we have lots of failed policies and this is why i am different. if he does that, he can win this. lori: will the president default to the fact that thinkers? we know jpmorgan was in the news this week you how to think ronnie should handle those attacks? >> if he stays away from that, and kind of keeps and even keel, i think it will ease the concerns of some business leaders and could help him within the business community. if he goes back to the populace rhetoric that we have heard, i think the market and business will react negatively. lori: why do you think it is from these best and possibly last chance? >> he is going head to head with the president. you do not get a better opportunity than this. a lot of states have early voting. the further we get into october, the larger percentage of voters will have already voted. they will not have as big of an impact. lori: brian gardner, t
, and a famous case involving texas in 1976 in which the state of texas before george of the bush was governor attempted to exclude the children of illegal immigrants from public schools. the supreme court looked at the case and said, you can't do this. you can't keep them out of emergency rooms, welfare, whenever. benefits to make available to the public at large you cannot distinguish between americans and illegal immigrants. that means once here, once you get across the border your internal to the same benefits. stuart: food stamps, free phone from the obama administration, free medical care, free education, go to college. >> yes,. >> the american way. >> whether it is appropriate and not as a great topic for debate, but it's clear that is a lot today. it is probably clear that most folks, here are aware in some form of the existence of the law stuart: yes, they are aware. i immigrated nearly 38 years ago. i was not aware of any such law. >> i can't imagine you came here for welfare. >> i didn't. stuart: have never taken anything from the government. it astonishes me. you think this is the
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